Still the best non-iPad tablet.
Plans include WiFi hotspots.
Not much bloatware.
Bright, responsive 7-inch screen.
GPS and Bluetooth.
Full access to Google's suite of mobile apps, including Android Market.
Manageable size is conducive for one-handed use.
UI is Easy to Use & Looks Good.
Plenty of Features.
Powerful graphics performance.
High upfront price.
Blocks non-Android Market apps.
AT&T's own apps are subpar.
This Galaxy Tab is an Android 2.2 tablet living in an Android 3.0 world.
Bigger and better tablets are priced in the same ballpark.
Screen doesn't support high definition video.
Proprietary connection port.
UI gets sluggish at times.
No FM Radio.
Flash makes Browser Sluggish.
By AnandTech on October 21, 2011
Samsung hasn't been shy about pumping out Android tablets abroad, and so far we've seen them trickling our way steadily but surely. And so, today Samsung announced that the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus will be joining the Galaxy Tab 8.9 and 10.1 in their...-
By IT PRO on September 05, 2011
The Samsung Galaxy Tab looks and feels great, but it really is just a smaller version of its two larger counterparts. Whether there will be any point in choosing this smaller model over larger tablets will greatly depend on how it feels in use....-
By T3 Magazine on September 02, 2011
Following the recent legal fiasco surrounding the the Korean tech giant is back, refreshing its original tablet and launching the at . Packing the latest edition to the Galaxy Tab family with a host of high-end goodies the 7.7 touts a 1280 x...-
By TechReviewSource on September 01, 2011
The AT&T Galaxy Tab costs $649 with no contract required; there's no discounted two-year contract option, which I find a little inflexible. Every other carrier is offering the Tab with no contract for $599, so AT&T tries to soften the blow with a...60
By T3 Magazine on September 01, 2011
Joining the original and the , is the . With the smaller screen, it's a throwback to the original Galaxy Tab that Samsung announced at IFA last year, and significantly smaller than the current Samsung tablet flagship, the Galaxy Tab 10.1. It's...-
By GSMArena on September 01, 2011
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 runs on the latest edition of the Android tablet-friendly platform - Honeycomb 3.2. Samsung have also equipped the slate with their home-brewed TouchWiz UI customizations. In theory, this should mean user experience nearly...-
By eTech Reviews on September 01, 2011
The IFA 2011 started at Berlin, and with it started the arrival of some of the much anticipated gadgets in the tech world. It started with Samsung announcing a brand new Android tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7.The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 is an...-
By Online Notebook on May 02, 2011
Samsung was one of the first makers of Android based premium tablet – the Galaxy tab. It has a very convenient and beautiful seven inch display, Android 2.2 OS, 3G support and Adobe Flash. Galaxy Tab was made to kill the Apple iPad and also cash...-
By cnet on April 28, 2011
Samsung's 3G-free version of its 7-inch tablet, the Galaxy Tab, offers an appealing mix of price and horsepower, but it's overshadowed by the wave of inexpensive Android 3.0...73
By PCWorld on April 27, 2011
With a few software tweaks and an appealing price, Samsung’s Wi-Fi-only Galaxy Tab should appeal to anyone who wants a 7-inch Android tablet with no pesky service contracts attached. Samsung Galaxy Tab Wi-Fi: Same Hardware, Lower Price Samsung Galaxy...70